Biomanipulation is basically using one species to control another. It's not without caveats, but when done properly, it's an effective way to control a species, especially an invasive one. Dr. Hal Schramm looks at two examples of this involving Peacock Bass and Walleyes.
Doc Talk: Biomanipulation
North American Fisherman Top Stories
Cold Spring Fishing WoesSometimes Eric hits the water a little TOO early.
North American Fisherman7:49 AM
Fishing the GrassWorking the grass is an essential skill in finding fish.
North American Fisherman7:46 AM
Ice Fishing For GIANT Pike!Here's how to get at what lurks beneath the ice!
North American FishermanYesterday at 12:12 PM
Sightfishing for RedsReady to start throwing that lure? Here's a few tips for sight casting.
North American FishermanYesterday at 9:07 AM